GPdesAmeriques wrote:Yes, because she won more races in 2011.
Libertine Seguros wrote:That's as may be, but look at the races she won in 2012 - 2x Worlds, Olympics, Giro Donne, 3x major World Cup events.
Quality over quantity, otherwise the poll would just be Cavendish '09, Cavendish '10, Cavendish '11, Cavendish '12...
Come to think of it, why isn't Cavendish '09 on the list?
libertine seguros wrote:that's as may be, but look at the races she won in 2012 - 2x worlds, olympics, giro donne, 3x major world cup events.
Quality over quantity, otherwise the poll would just be cavendish '09, cavendish '10, cavendish '11, cavendish '12...
Come to think of it, why isn't cavendish '09 on the list?
Ruby United wrote:Or even Cavendish 11
Worlds, Tour sprint domination, 3 stages in the Giro.. certainly seems a fair call to me and both would be better there than say Contador 09 or Evans 11..
maxmartin wrote:08 AC
Is this the last time we will ever see one man win two GT in a single season?:D
Angliru wrote::eek:He must be sleep deprived and hit the wrong key or his hand slipped on his mouse. Mod's s/b getting a personal message from him asking to have it changed.
greenedge wrote:Gilbert 11.
Then Contador 08, Wiggins this year and Evans last year in no particular order.
Mellow Velo wrote:Fearless and peerless Phil.
Hit tip top form in March and held it until the leaves fell off.
Even managed to hang around with the climbers until late, on some of the big Tour climbs.
Then he got touched by BMC's magic winning wand and his teeth fell out.
Err, that would be 2011, too.
Philbert's reign didn't last long.
jens_attacks wrote:total domination doesn't equal boring
rebellin 2004 was boring, phil 2011 wasn't. my opinion of course
but the mighty JTL will strike hard that's for sure
Panda Claws wrote:I bet Edvald'll be happy to have another guy to ride for.